Spotify Users Can Now Download 50k Songs To Listen Offline

Spotify users: you can now go ham when downloading music and podcasts for offline listening.

As >Rolling Stone first reported, the music streaming service has raised the song limit for offline downloads, which is good news for anyone who complained about the previous limit of 3,333 songs per device, on up to three devices, for a total of 9,999.

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Now, Premium subscribers can download up to 10,000 songs per device, on up to five devices, and listen to them without an internet connection. That adds up to 50,000 offline songs across your devices. With this new limit, you should definitely have enough listening material to get through your morning subway commute.

Be sure to download Spotify's latest software update to take advantage of this new limit.


Meanwhile, Spotify recently made its $5 monthly premium plan for students even better with the addition of Showtime. The plan already included unlimited on-demand access to the streaming service's library of music and podcasts, plus a subscription to Hulu Limited Commercials; now you can get the extra perk of Showtime for the same price. The offer is available to US college students enrolled at Title IV accredited institutions; to sign up, head here.

Spotify earned an "excellent" rating in PCMag's review; we dig its "deep music catalog," collaborative playlists feature, early album listening sessions, Archie motion comics, and a lot more.

"Spotify lacks the live radio, sports, and in-depth artist retrospectives found in the co-Editors' Choice award-winning Slacker Radio, but it makes up for those shortcomings in other areas," Jeffrey L. Wilson writes.

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